This is book number 2 in the Evan Ryder series.
Evan Ryder is back in The Kobalt Dossier, the stunning follow-up to The Nemesis Manifesto from New York Times bestselling author Eric Van Lustbader.
After thwarting the violent, international, fascist syndicate known as Nemesis, Evan Ryder returns to Washington, D.C., to find her secret division of the DOD shut down and her deceased sister’s children missing. Now the target of a cabal of American billionaires who were among Nemesis’s supporters, Evan and her former boss, Ben Butler, must learn to work together as partners – and navigate their intricate past.
Their search will take them from Istanbul to Odessa to an ancient church deep within the Carpathian Mountains of Romania. And all along the way, an unimaginable enemy stalks in the shadows, an adversary whose secretive past will upend Evan’s entire world and everything she holds dear.
Praise for The Nemesis Manifesto:
“[An] outstanding series launch…Credible action and often lyrical prose support the complex, intelligent plot. A series of twists and an extended fight sequence at the end will leave readers amazed and pleasantly exhausted. Lustbader is at the top of his game.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review
“One of the best in the business delivers a gem of a read. This one is top notched all the way.” —Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Kaiser’s Web
“Lustbader is in excellent form here. The Nemesis Manifesto is dark, sophisticated and compelling, and couldn’t be more timely. And Evan Ryder is a keeper!” —David Baldacci, New York Times bestselling author of Daylight
“Hypnotically suspenseful, rich with authentic spycraft, The Nemesis Manifesto by Eric Van Lustbader introduces a heroine of our times – Evan Ryder. She’s deep undercover and as complex as she is exciting. …Lustbader weaves a spellbinding web of memorable characters, cutting-edge technology, and powerful political ambitions that could become all too real. Sit back and enjoy. You’re about to read a master at the top of a very dangerous game.” —Gayle Lynds, New York Times bestselling author of The Assassins
“There are thrillers, then there are world-class, expertly-plotted, thought-provoking thrillers like The Nemesis Manifesto. Thriller authors are probably the hardest thriller readers to please. Consider me thoroughly blown away.” —Raymond Khoury, New York Times bestselling author of Empire of Lies
Praise for Eric Van Lustbader:
“Lustbader is an automatic buy-today-read-tonight author for me—and should be for you.” —Lee Child, New York Times bestselling author of 61 Hours
“One of the great thriller authors.” —Joseph Finder, New York Times bestselling author of Guilty Minds